Author Alan Goldsher has launched a new interactive online talk show called Book It that will allow participants to interact online with authors and celebrities.
Starbucks, for the time in its history, offered a children’s book–Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl (Book 1)–for its Pick of the Week Promotion.
Kate Wilson, managing director for leading UK children’s publisher Nosy Crow, discusses goes into writing book apps and how it differs from picture books.
The World Congress of the International Board on Books for Young People runs in London, August 23-26 on the theme of Translations and Migrations.
NPR asked “What are the best-ever teen novels?” and 75,000 listeners responded. The Harry Potter series, at #1, is no surprise; John Green, with 5 titles on the list, is.
From DIY publishing tools and self-publishing strategies to trends in young adult fiction…the best of our coverage from the first half of 2012.
Books that hit us at a tender, impressionable age can stay with us forever. What are yours?
The Doctor Who books helped author Steve Cole learned to read, then he became series editor and wrote one himself. He reflects on a lifetime of time travel.
Jan Bozarth’s Fairy Godmother Academy began as a book series, but has expanded into multiple formats. Here she explains her philosophy of creation/re-creation.
Partaking fully in a transmedia story demands full attention from participants. Is it sensible to ask overextended adults to try? Or is it best left to kids?